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Smart Card Reader, Opluz Tax Card Reader | DOD Military & Common Access CAC SB© USB Smart Card Reader Compatible with Mac OS and Windows – Special Price

Overview:

Opluz CAC SB© USB smart card reader is a fully ISO7816 compliant contact smart card reader that’s perfectly suitable for use in a wide range of government, enterprise and home application areas.

It is an easy-to-install SB© USB device suited for all contact smart card operations like online-banking or digital signature applications.

Features:

– Support banks, post office, chip cards issued all over the country.

– Support Government ID Card, National ID Card – For all contact smart card operations like online-banking or digital signature applications: ActivClient, AKO, OWA, DKO, JKO, NKO, BOL, GKO, Marinenet, AF Portal, Pure Edge Viewer, ApproveIt, DCO, DTS, LPS, Disa Enterprise Email etc.

– Compatible with a wide variety of computer operating systems and smart card operations for digital authentication and security, Network ATM transfer, payment, balance inquiries, Tax, water, electricity payment, Credit card bill payment, cash card payment.

Specification:

– Easy SB© USB Plug and Play installation.

– Card types: ISO 7816 Class A, AB and C 5V, 3V and 1.8V Smart Cards.

– Certifications Standards: EMV2 2000 Level 1, CE, FCC, VCCI, CCID, Microsoft WHQL.

– Operating System: Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP, 2000, 2003, 2008, ME & Linux.

Note:

* Compatible Card Size: ISO TD-1. Please refer to the picture to learn the details before you puchasing.

* Contact us freely if you have problem, we will support you with our strong technology.

  • ★ Support DOD Military CAC SB© USB Smart Card — Government ID, ActivClient, AKO, OWA, DKO, JKO, NKO, BOL, GKO, Marinenet, AF Portal, Pure Edge Viewer, ApproveIt, DCO, DTS, LPS, Disa Enterprise Email etc.
  • ★ Compatible with Windows and Mac System — compatible with Windows (32/64bit) XP/Vista/ 7/8/10, Mac OS X.
  • ★ Support Card Types — 5V, 3V and 1.8V Smart Cards, ISO 7816 Class A, B and C.
  • ★ Certifications Standards — ISO-7816 & EMV2 2000 Level 1, CE, FCC, VCCI, CCID, Microsoft WHQL; And Recommended by militarycac.com.
  • ★ After-sale Service — 24-month Hassle-free Manufacturer’s Warranty/ Free Lifetime Technical Support/ Money Back in 3 months

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Astronauts on the space station are playing around with a fidget spinner

Why it matters to you

Working in a weightless environment provides its own set of unique challenges, as this video demonstrates. What happens when you combine a NASA fidget spinner with a nearly weightless environment? Wacky hijinks, of course. Astronaut Randy Bresnik[1] took time out from capturing pictures of the Earth and taking selfies during spacewalks to share a video on Twitter.

The clip shows the crew of the International Space Station[2] enjoying themselves with a fidget spinner[3]. “A fidget spinner in space! How long does it spin? I’m not sure, but it’s a great way to experiment with Newton’s laws of motion!” he wrote.

Grabbing hold of the spinner allows the astronauts to spin at a speed relative to their mass. That’s why even using a simple tool such as a screwdriver can be difficult in a weightless environment if you don’t have something to anchor yourself down to.

A fidget spinner in space! How long does it spin?

I'm not sure, but it’s a great way to experiment with Newton’s laws of motion! pic.twitter.com/5xIJDs2544[4] — Randy Bresnik (@AstroKomrade) October 13, 2017[5]

If you’re not following Bresnik, aka @AstroKIomrade on Twitter[6], you’re missing out on some of the most spectacular photographs of our planet and the ISS you’ll ever see. When they’re not playing with children’s SB© toys, the crew is hard at work performing experiments, maintaining the station, and transferring cargo.

The latest mission to the ISS launched a few days ago, set to deliver almost three tons of fuel, food, and supplies to the station. You can experience life aboard the ISS for yourself with this free virtual reality app[7]. The ISS is actually visible from Earth, and it’s the third-brightest object in the sky and fairly easy to see with the naked eye.

It looks like a very high, very fast-moving plane. The space station completes nearly 16 orbits of the Earth per day, and NASA has eve set up a Spot the Station website[8] where you can find a viewing spot in your area. The ISS can’t be seen during the day and is only visible during the morning or evening hours, when it’s reflecting light from the sun.

Depending on the orbit, you may be able to see the space station several times a week or only once or twice per month.

You can set up email or text alerts at the site to notify you when a viewing opportunity is coming up.

If you’d like to snag your very own NASA fidget spinner[9], they’re available at the NASA store for £6.

References

  1. ^ Astronaut Randy Bresnik (www.nasa.gov)
  2. ^ International Space Station (www.digitaltrends.com)
  3. ^ fidget spinner (www.digitaltrends.com)
  4. ^ pic.twitter.com/5xIJDs2544 (t.co)
  5. ^ October 13, 2017 (twitter.com)
  6. ^ aka @AstroKIomrade on Twitter (twitter.com)
  7. ^ with this free virtual reality app (www.digitaltrends.com)
  8. ^ Spot the Station website (spotthestation.nasa.gov)
  9. ^ very own NASA fidget spinner (www.thespaceshop.com)

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